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MAY 2020

Have you adapted last year's guidance to your program yet? | Elizabeth Simon

Data analytics: Data in motion tends to stay in motion | Matt Reeder and John Kim

Evaluating your program according to the DOJ's Filip Factors | Daniel Coney

APRIL 2020

A new decade in data privacy: Complying with the CCPA | Charles Fleischmann and Ephraim Hintz

Developing a data analytics-enabled compliance program for the real world | Matt Reeder and John Kim

Compliance and legal: Different but aligned | By Deena King and Destinee Waiters

MARCH 2020

Preventing a 'code red' with an effective supplier code of conduct | Steven Hager and Cris Mattoon

Unconscious bias and psychological safety: How they affect compliance | Bret Hood

Mentoring in compliance: Building and sustaining critical relationships | Lisa Beth Lentini Walker and Daniel Ayala

FEBRUARY 2020

Creating and leading a whistleblowing program: What to consider | Ibrahim Yeku

Weaponizing whistleblowing | Stephen Young

The draft CCPA regulations reviewed: Key takeaways | Jana Terry

JANUARY 2020

Privacy compliance challenges in 2020 and beyond | Marcelo Xavier de Freitas Crespo and Guilherme de Carvalho Beloto

Investigating high-profile individuals - Not as easy as we think | Miguel Rueda

Budgeting for continuous monitoring of data privacy and security Ambler T. Jackson

DECEMBER 2019

The impact of international whistleblowing on global corporate compliance | Marc S. Raspanti, Esq. and Meredith S. Auten, Esq.

Revisiting the roles and responsibilities of those handling whistleblower tips | Eleftherios Tsintzas

Game-based training for gift and hospitality management | Robert Clark

NOVEMBER 2019

Compliance Professionals Need To Be Master Communication | Lisa Beth Lentini Walker and Stef Tschida

Is It A Bona Fide Expenditure Or Bribe Jacqueline Peterson

Continuous Monitoring Is Required For Effective Data Privacy And Security | Ambler T. Jackson

OCTOBER 2019

Best Practices For Developing And Executing A Successful Risk Assessment | Stephen Martin and Toby Ralston

Practical Knowledge Management Strategies For Compliance Terms Doug Horner

Reconciling Personal Data Protection And Business Transparency Compliance | Illya Antonenko

SEPTEMBER 2019

Uncovering Performance Incentives That Can Lead To Corporate Fraud | Eric R. Feldman

Hands-on Recall Training: New Ways To Recharge Training Calvin London

Employee Surveys On Sensitive Topics | Gregory Mitchell

AUGUST 2019

Understanding And Measuring Ethical Culture | Guillem Casoliva-Cabana

How Performance Can Lead To Corporate Fraud Eric R. Feldman

Data Visualization 101: Becoming A Data Guru Is Easier Than You Think | Tanja Gromadzki

JULY 2019 

Americans Abroad: Compliance With The U.S. Sanctions Law Facilitation Principle | Brendan LeMoult

Great Expectations: The Shifting Cyber-Regulatory Landscape | Gopal K. Padinjaruveetil and Cris Mattoon

Implementing ISO 37001 Alongside A Fully Implemented Compliance Program | Segev Shani

JUNE 2019 

Personal Data Processing in Brazil: A New Scenario to Come | Carla do Couto Hellu Battilana and Shin Jae Kim

A Terribly Unfortunate Turn Of Events | Mariette Cutler

Entering The Lion's Den:Should In-House Counsel Meet With Government Investigators? | Robert M. Lindquist and Daniel I. Prywes

 

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